Geoffrey Smith considers one of the godfathers of jazz, Jelly Roll Morton.
The Orchestre National de France in Mahler's epic Das Lied von der Erde.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents Radio 3's classical breakfast show.
Rob Cowan presents a selection of music for Sunday including this week's Bach cantata.
Michael Berkeley's guest is bestselling children's author Judith Kerr.
Catherine Bott presents live from the opening weekend of the York Early Music Festival.
The Nash Ensemble perform chamber works by Mozart, Goehr, Bridge and Brahms.
Live from Canterbury Cathedral. (R)
Aled Jones finds out about Cycle Song, a new opera from Scunthorpe to mark the Olympics.
Texts and music on the theme of the exotic. Readings by Greta Scacchi and Simon Woods. (R)
Patrick McGuiness celebrates nay-saying, refusal and creative contrariness.
LP Hartley's classic novel where a young boy ferries love letters for a woman he worships.
Lucy Duran with music recorded in Bamako and the sound of young Mali.
Jazz Line-Up presents a celebration of BBC Jazz introduced by Julian Joseph.
John Shea presents a programme of music by the Portuguese composer Estevao de Brito.
Monday 9 July 2012